Ironically I live in Michigan and there happens to be a large wooden eagle sculpture in my neighborhood down the street from my house. It’s not painted so it’s clearly a wooden sculpture, but it is large. If you go up to the coast of Lake Superior, there are a few areas where bald eagles hang out. I remember going up north as a kid, seeing them, and being like “damn that’s a big bird”. You always forget how large they really are… I fell down the rabbit hole a few weeks ago on YouTube to see how impressive they really are. If anyone has time check out the Nice Bald Eagle Merica Vintage 4th Of July Shirt town in Alaska that is overpopulated and was overrun by those big magnificent fuckers.
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One shit on my windshield while I was driving around in Snohomish County, Washington. It forced me to pull over, looked like someone threw an egg full of birdshit in my car. More like an eagle that found a dead fawn. God bless America but Bald Eagles are basically vultures. Crows and Ravens harass the fuck out of them without recourse. It’s no wonder Benjamin Franklin thought they were pussies. If you want a real eagle to come to Australia, our Wedge Tail attacks children, kangaroos, deer, and paragliders. Oh, and they look sick. Almost all birds harass birds of prey and they never seem to react much. You can find videos of hummingbirds divebombing birds as large as great horned owls. Nice Bald Eagle Merica Vintage 4th Of July Shirt
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Nice Bald Eagle Merica Vintage 4th Of July Shirt, they are very agile and many eat other birds. Other than fish, maybe. You can watch bald eagles take fish 18 hours a day in the UP of Michigan. They absolutely do hunt. They are very good at it. Catching that fawn on the golf course only took him one shot. I guess you could say that birdie got an eagle. Ever wonder why deer are so weird & twitchy? Every adult deer has probably seen a sibling eaten as a fawn. Not even just by these flying screaming winged dinosaurs, but wolves & bobcats lol You’d be twitchy too. Rarely saw bald eagles growing up in OR/WA but returning 30 years later they’re all over the place. All along the lower Columbia River and you even see them in city parks up in Seattle. Very cool.